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Should Ad Networks Pay Publishers For Stolen Content? The Fair Syndication Consortium Thinks So.

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/attributor-slide-share-214x125.jpg" width="214" height="125" /> As newspapers and other publishers watch their revenues diminish, one common

Behind The A.P.'s Plan To Become The Web's News Cop

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/istock_newspaper-press-215x161.jpg" width="215" height="161" /> With its news syndication business under direct attack by the growing abundan

Study: Blogs Love Obama, News Sites Love McCain. But McCain Is Catching Up By Going Negative.

<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/dems-vs-republicans.png" alt="" title="dems-vs-republicans" class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-21446" />Who is doing a better job of

GumGum Launches New Image Licensing Platform

GumGum launches an ambitious new project today – a new platform and business model for licensing content on the Internet, beginning with images. Image piracy runs rampant on the Internet, of cou

CondeNet Goes Beyond Being A Copyright Cop; Approaches Infringement As A Business Opportunty

Digital media fingerprinting technologies are quickly becoming part of every media company’s arsenal when it comes to combating copyright infringement on the Web. So far, most media companies ha

Attack of the Splogs—One Of Our Posts Copied 152 Times Without Attribution

Here at TechCrunch, there is nothing we love more than when one of our posts gets linked to and talked about. And like the majority of other blogs out there, we try to be good citizens by linking back

Attributor Launches Service to Track Copyright Infringement Across the Web

Every media company on the planet knows that its articles, songs, photos, and videos are being copied and spread willy-nilly across the Web, but they don’t have a clue what to do about it. They